ARTS & CULTURE
Local Writers Hone Their Craft at the Street Lit Authors Club
Creating a space where those experiencing homelessness can tell their stories
Local Writers Hone Their Craft at the Street Lit Authors Club
Creating a space where those experiencing homelessness can tell their stories
Creating a space where those experiencing homelessness can tell their stories
Five Recent Graphic Novels for You
We mean, if there’s any way to end it that’s other than wrong
by Wayne Alan Brenner
Gifts for Geeks
Do you know about these three treasures already, Austinite?
by Wayne Alan Brenner
The Frank Mills Call It Quits
Why is one of the city’s top improv troupes breaking up?
by Wayne Alan Brenner
Five Arty Things to Do: Dec. 8-10
Tick-tick-tick goes the year-end timepiece, better do these now
by Wayne Alan Brenner
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TK Tunchez, Space Creatress
With mercados such as Frida Fridays, this artist and jewelry maker makes room for women of color to share art and build community
Leticia Urieta • Dec. 8 issue
12 Days of Christmas Bazaars
A merry miscellany of local art markets and fairs to visit over a dozen days
Dec. 8 issue
Opening Night at Guzu Gallery
Artists talk about their work for new horror-themed show
Richard Whittaker • Dec. 6, 2017
Kickstartering that Lovise and Shealy
It's down to the crowdfunding wire for Couri Vine graphic novel
Wayne Alan Brenner • Dec. 5, 2017
In his history of Esther's Follies, author Jesse Sublett follows the flow of four decades of frivolity
Robert Faires, Dec. 1 issue
This staging of Allison Gregory’s new play takes you back to your 13th summer with all its freedom and fear
Robert Faires, Dec. 1 issue
This staging of the coming-of-age drama evokes the small-town South with vivid design work and a rock solid ensemble
T. Lynn Mikeska, Dec. 1 issue
The show’s images of construction work and fatherhood challenge expectations of masculinity, domesticity, immigrant work, and art
Melany Jean, Dec. 1 issue
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Robert Faires, Nov. 24 issue
Nov. 24 issue
Karen Sneed’s staging is shot through with compassion for the play’s hard-luck, hard-drinking Irishmen
Shanon Weaver, Nov. 24 issue
Shakespeare’s rom-com gets a light staging with fine performances and lots of genuine laughs
Elizabeth Cobbe, Nov. 24 issue
THE MOST
A Tale of Two Soccer Stadiums Will Austin get both, one, or none?
Review: Bob Dylan Trouble No More: The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / 1979-1981
Review: The Shape of Water An unconventional love story from one of the best fabulists
Margaret Moser Memorial Playlist Music to open back doors by